Amillarah Floating Private Islands

Sep 21, 2015

Category: Living

Owning your own private island is the real American dream. We all want to kick back somewhere away from the rest of the world, walk around freely in our birthday suits and drink something fruity. But if you’re in the market to own an island, you’ll have trouble finding one that isn’t threatened by rising sea levels. Introducing Floating Private Islands, purchasable islands that you won’t have to worry about being engulfed in water on.

These islands are designed by Dutch architect Koen Olthuis, and are eco-friendly, creating new underwater habitats for sea life. Buyers can choose what they want on their island, as well as where the island is located. In fact, there are currently projects in Miami, Dubai, and Maldives, all of which sport impressive conceptual designs that will be the pinnacle of luxury. [Purchase]

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